Beyond The Quest

Beyond The Quest Newly Appointed National Geographic Photographer Melissa Douglas Is Travelling To The To Cover The Work Of Dr Jane Grayson, A Rebel Academic With A Wildly Dissident Take On History A Huge Fan Of Grayson S Books, Melissa Is Beyond Excited To Accompany Her On Expedition Grayson Herself Has Dedicated Her Life To The Search For A Lost Civilisation That She Believes May Be Atlantean In Origin Specifically, She Is On A Quest To Find A Vanished Temple Which Could Hold Tantalising Clues She Has Neither The Time Nor The Inclination To Babysit A Fledgling Reporter Jane Is All Heat And Brazenness, Melissa Quietly Strong Under Her Apparent Shyness As They Battle The Jungle, The Heat, Deadly Snakes And Predators, Their Mutual Attraction To Each Other Soon Starts To Grow But A Sinister Evil Is Lurking In The Shadows, And The Search For Archaeological Remains Quickly Turns Into Something Much Darker A Desperate Race To Stay Alive

Natalie Debrabandere is a novelist specializing in the Lesfic genre All her books feature strong female characters, action, suspense, and romance When she is not writing, Nat works as an NLP Coach Trainer A UK resident, she enjoys dodging rain drops on her morning runs and spending long lazy hours cooking the perfect home made lasagne.

[Ebook] ➡ Beyond The Quest  By Natalie Debrabandere – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Kindle Edition
  • 290 pages
  • Beyond The Quest
  • Natalie Debrabandere
  • 12 November 2018

10 thoughts on “Beyond The Quest

  1. says:

    4.5 StarsI have enjoyed the majority of Natalie Debrabamdere s book and this one is defintiely one of them It s a longer book than most books out there now and filled with great description and a good amount of excitment Think Uncharted 1 and Indiana Jones with a bit of a Tomb Raider feel You really get a good feel for the three main characters and though romance is not the focal point, it is there and doesnt feel completely out of place though at times it was a bit odd I will say though I would have liked to have a bit insight into Helios and the ties of Atlantis but maybe that was of a background plotAnywaysIt s free with kindleUnlimited so give it a goit really does pick up once they get in the Jungle.

  2. says:

    GreatI really liked this book I felt like I was right there in the jungle with Jane, Melissa and Matt It was a beautiful adventure with twist and turns Like another viewer said I would have loved to seen of Helios and the Atlantis storyline But I would definitely recommend this book.

  3. says:

    Great storyI really enjoyed the story I like the characters as well as the storyline with adventure and looking for the lost Temple.

  4. says:

    Another good one from Natalie A great jungle adventure with lot s of excitement a bit of love mixed in I always like Natalie s stories this one won t disappoint

  5. says:

    Got me from the beginning Descriptive I saw the jungle in its beauty and danger , THE SPIDERS Ok, I don t like spiders but I saw them as real as anything I was viewing a film as I read the book AMAZING Crisp dialogue told the story andI enjoyed not sloshing through descriptive sexual encounters I ve enjoyed the author s other works Strong, Unbroken, Coastguard Rescue One and will definitely read of her work.Please this and other works by Ms Debrabandere.

  6. says:

    This book was both fun and exhilarating There wasn t a moment where I felt pulled away from the story The pacing was great, and it kept me on my toes I love when a book isn t exceedingly predictable It reminded me a bit of an uncharted game

  7. says:

    One of the best books I ve read in a LONG time There is really no other way to describe this book than to call it utterly amazing Beautifully written, amazing author

  8. says:

    A very enjoyable book Loved the jungle and the characters My only quibble was, who the heck strolls through Central Park at night, in the snow, arm and arm,and stopping for kissing and hugging in the current crime of New York

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